Here is a list of some of the many community service projects in which St. Edward students participate or have participated.
Sixth grade students make a monthly visit to the Dale Roy School and assist Dale Roy students with an art class.
Eighth grade students participate in an art class with residents from the Good Shepherd Nursing Home.
Seventh and 8th grade students make Christmas decorations and give them to nursing home patients.
Sixth grade students perform 10-20 hours of community service.
Seventh grade students perform 40 hours of community service.
Eighth grade students perform 40-60 hours of community service.
Eighth grade decorates, serves lunch, and cleans up for the Mission Lunch.
Students sing for shut-ins and other parish members.
All grades participate in classroom activities that encourage helping others (such as sending cards and praying for the sick).
Students collect hats and gloves for the St. Vincent dePaul Society.
Students collect food for Associated Charities.
Students collect shoes for the Ugandan Mission Trip.
Students volunteer in the cafeteria to serve food, wash dishes, and clean tables.
2016 Mission lunch raised $1800 for Danny Krispinsky to help offset his medical expenses.
Students attend, sing, and serve funeral masses as requested.
Third grade completes an economic project and donates all money to the school.
St. Edward School has been recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School. The Blue Ribbon Schools Program is a national recognition program created by the United States government in 1982 and it honors elementary and secondary schools in the United States that make significant progress in closing achievement gaps and whose students achieve at the highest levels in their state.